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In the TOP MENU, "Loony" is the name of our "fair".  This fair is where you exchange reward points for fun, food and adventure! There is also an online thrift store. "Play" is rehearsing or performing fun raising skits. "Work" is a crowd sourced production of a TV series.

Anyone who visits this website can be involved as much as they want in this TV series. This series shows how to improve the quality of life for people born with disabilities. Anyone, such as employees that are team building, can form their own production team and produce an entire episode based on a family they know. Or you could just take a few minutes and produce a tiny part an episode and enter it in the production competition.

Bribing judges and voting for yourself

One of the best features of loonies is that you can win contests by bribing judges or buying votes for yourself . We encourage this as you have to spend your loonies to do that. Each vote to win a contest costs one loony. Who will win the Ugliest Sea Dog Contest? Your bosses picture of his dog or the picture of your boss you entered? Bribing loony judges is as easy as bribing a carnival barker to win contests. There is also a loony judge called "The Bootymaster" who will punish the innocent. (This means they get a booby prize! An example of a booby prize would be a nicely framed gift certificate for a "Free Car Wash." They get a wash mit and have to volunteer to wash cars for free)

You playfully bribe or catfish loony pirates that are more like "Robin Hoods Merry Men" than actual pirates.

Have fun using "Volunteer coupons" for things other than prizes, food and games. Volunteer Coupons can be used for performances or skits. Skits can include The Ugliest Seadog, Pirate School, The Karaoke Challenge Game, Pirate Initiation, Flash Mob Karaoke, Hero Rescue Dogs, Sea Shanty Karaoke, She Shanty Karaoke and many other activities to pass around some good cheer.

Loonies have an amazing feature that lets a server or hostess get a cash tip way before the food bill arrives.

Mermaids are what you landlubbers call a hostess or server. The "Petting Zoo" is the place they work. (Just ask them) When Mermaids get loony, they give you food rewards and discounts. When you feed Mermaids loonies at the petting zoo their booty gets bigger. Mermaids can sell their big booty for cash! You might want to challenge somebody to a darts tournament for 100 loonies before you eat and you have to be very loony to do that. You don't want to use a credit card and are looking for a cash price for loonies. Loonies can be transferred for any reason, for anything and to anyone. You can set any cash price or conditions for a loony exchange. The Mermaid might sell loonies for 10 or 20 cents each or 40 or 50 cents each. A Mermaids lair is where you will find her treasure chest. The treasure chest contains volunteer coupons for food discounts and specials. It also has volunteer coupons that tell you how much cash she is willing to sell her big booty for and how to do that without interupting her busy schedule at work.

The Biggest Booty wins! (Just like that dating site you spend way too much time on)

Overview

Inspiration is the urge and ability to create or do something. This crowd sourced television production software will inspire you to improve the quality of life for people born with disabilities.
Similar to grocery stores and gas stations a group of nonprofits has coupons and points you can access from your phone. These coupons and points are tools used for donations, volunteerism and the easiest way to improve somebodies' quality of life, having fun.
A 30-episode TV series shows how to make quality of life improvements for 30 people. These true stories inspire others to have the urge and ability to help heroes born with special abilities turn into Super Heroes!
The TV series is broadcast from our own server. This creates unique interactive content that supercharges the coupons and points with features not found anywhere else.
You can earn or spend reward points. To earn points, you can create your own coupons for washing cars, having a yard sale, volunteering at a food pantry, donating a bicycle, winning a cornhole tournament or performing a skit during the Karaoke Challenge Game.
PayPal is the easiest way to earn points by donating directly to any nonprofit in our group. The Atlanta Volunteers gives you 1 reward point for every 25 cents you donate. 100% of your donation goes to the nonprofit you choose.
Spending your reward points is easy, you simply show the coupon on your phone. 
Some coupons are for discounts and specials at participating restaurants and businesses. Other coupons are for prizes like backstage concert tickets, lunch with celebrities, rides in show cars or a chance for a tropical adventure.
Altruism is the selfless concern for the well being of others. Altruism is combined with transparency and a variety of public ledgers to provide the foundation for the coupons and reward points.
Comedy and good cheer is the impression you get from this Pirate themed television series. These pirates are more like Robin Hood or the pirates such as John Paul Jones, Blackbeard or Captain Morgan that helped win independence for USA colonists.
Our swashbuckling pirates help people with born with special abilities win their independence.
Pirates used an eye patch to cover one eye while above decks then moved the patch to the other eye while in the dark below decks to always keep one eye adjusted to the light.  Blackbeard used lengths of oil soaked twine to light and fire cannons then stuck the twine in his ears to protect from the noise of firing and to keep his hands free for fighting or sailing.  He put extra lit twine in his beard for back ups.  He is often seen as a pirate with lots of smoke around him. A large island near Savanah Georgia (called Blackbeards Island) was given to Blackbeard for helping win our war for independence.
Pirates (privateers) delivered many tons of ammunition, food and supplies to help win the American War for independence.
Out gunned and out numbered many of these swashbucklers such as John Paul Jones, Captain Morgan, Blackbeard, Captain Anne Bonny, Captain Mary Read and Captain Kidd were God fearing patriots who even took Sundays off from looting and pillaging British ships. Pirates were known for their joyous jigs and spirited songs even while in the worst of conditions. They ate rotten food in the dark to avoid seeing what else was eating it and then washed it down with water that was turned into beer to keep the water from spoiling. (Could only having beer to drink explain the joyous jigs, songs and a day of repentance?)
We celebrate these swashbuckling patriot pirates with fund raising skits such as Pirate Raid Karaoke, Flash Mob Karaoke, Sea Shanty Karaoke, Pirate Initiation, the Karaoke Challenge Game, Feeding Mermaids at the Petting Zoo and others found in our play menu.
Of the 55,000 sailors and 800 boats that became privateers (pirates) in the American civil war, George Washington had over 2,000 under his command. George said “Of the lowly tars, there is no more disorderly set.” (As close to cussing as you can get in those days!)
To become privateers, Patriotic Pirates swore an oath to God and country to help others and then signed it with an “X” so they could be identified. We invite you to join our gang and repeat this oath and sign with an “X” so we can trust you as a “Patriotic Pirate.”
Surprise, if you have read this far, the last thing you remember was falling to the floor of the Pirate Dive Bar and our invite from the sentence above. Now you just woke up aboard our pirate ship. You have been drafted into our gang of scurvy dogs and lowly tars known as “Patriotic Pirates” to help win independence for a forgotten few in our country.
Register now for a High Seas “Adventure With Purpose” at the Pirate Dive Bar as we turn "Heroes" into "Super Heroes."

Besides a thrift store for multiple nonprofits, a comedy lab and an online rehearsal studio this website manages the 30 production teams needed to produce a TV series called “The Tropical Adventure Competition.” Every year 30 teams compete to produce the best quality of life results for their hero that was born with special powers such as Down syndrome, autism or have other Super Hero abilities.
Most people will not need any training or maybe just a little bit to use coupons such as “donate $1 and get $2 off”, create campfire styled skits, donate items or play the Karaoke Challenge Game. Other people may need weeks of training in our “Pirate School” to learn safety, sailing, comedy, production, underwater photography, tax deductions, gourmet cooking on a sailboat, team building for corporations, interactive commercials for sponsors and many other skills needed to produce “The Tropical Adventure Competition.”

In the TOP MENU, “Loony” is the name of our “fair”.  This fair is where you exchange reward points for fun, food and adventure! There is also an online thrift store. “Play” is rehearsing or performing fun raising skits. “Work” is a crowd sourced production of a TV series.
Anyone who visits this website can be involved as much as they want in this TV series. This series shows how to improve the quality of life for people born with disabilities. Anyone, such as employees that are team building, can form their own production team and produce an entire episode based on a family they know. Or you could just take a few minutes and produce a tiny part an episode and enter it in the production competition.
Bribing judges and voting for yourself
One of the best features of loonies is that you can win contests by bribing judges or buying votes for yourself . We encourage this as you have to spend your loonies to do that. Each vote to win a contest costs one loony. Who will win the Ugliest Sea Dog Contest? Your bosses picture of his dog or the picture of your boss you entered? Bribing loony judges is as easy as bribing a carnival barker to win contests. There is also a loony judge called “The Bootymaster” who will punish the innocent. (This means they get a booby prize! An example of a booby prize would be a nicely framed gift certificate for a “Free Car Wash.” They get a wash mit and have to volunteer to wash cars for free)
You playfully bribe or catfish loony pirates that are more like “Robin Hoods Merry Men” than actual pirates.
Have fun using “Volunteer coupons” for things other than prizes, food and games. Volunteer Coupons can be used for performances or skits. Skits can include The Ugliest Seadog, Pirate School, The Karaoke Challenge Game, Pirate Initiation, Flash Mob Karaoke, Hero Rescue Dogs, Sea Shanty Karaoke, She Shanty Karaoke and many other activities to pass around some good cheer.
Loonies have an amazing feature that lets a server or hostess get a cash tip way before the food bill arrives.
Mermaids are what you landlubbers call a hostess or server. The “Petting Zoo” is the place they work. (Just ask them) When Mermaids get loony, they give you food rewards and discounts. When you feed Mermaids loonies at the petting zoo their booty gets bigger. Mermaids can sell their big booty for cash! You might want to challenge somebody to a darts tournament for 100 loonies before you eat and you have to be very loony to do that. You don’t want to use a credit card and are looking for a cash price for loonies. Loonies can be transferred for any reason, for anything and to anyone. You can set any cash price or conditions for a loony exchange. The Mermaid might sell loonies for 10 or 20 cents each or 40 or 50 cents each. A Mermaids lair is where you will find her treasure chest. The treasure chest contains volunteer coupons for food discounts and specials. It also has volunteer coupons that tell you how much cash she is willing to sell her big booty for and how to do that without interupting her busy schedule at work.
The Biggest Booty wins! (Just like that dating site you spend way too much time on)

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At the top of this example of a volunteer coupon you will see the "Moderation Score of 5."  Read only the positive scored green Sailor rated volunteer coupons. Sailor ratings could be safe for work, school or broadcast.  But just like riding the bus, you never know.  Avoid reading posts that are negative scored orange Landlubber rated posts as they could be lawful speech but are typically not suitable for broadcast and the high standards we seek.  Vote the moderation score below -10 and the post is deemed a pirate and thrown overboard. (the post disappears)
"The LA Dodgers are the greatest."  If you are an Atlanta Braves fan (as you should be) you can make that post disappear by down voting it to a score of -11. Posts are the same as chalk on a sidewalk or a sand castle. They are  temporary.
The post you made disappear is lawful free speech, it meets broadcast standards and you could say it at school or work, but you don't like it, and like kicking your brothers sand castle, down  it goes. Just vote it below -10.
This is no worse than it raining on a beautiful chalk sidewalk drawing that took days to complete.  You expect it.
If you want your post to appear in the number 1 spot you can downvote the other posts or up vote your post. We encourage voting for yourself! This uses more loonies and brings in more donations to the nonprofits.
If this was politics, this would be the same as cutting out the lobbyists, super pacs and advertisers and letting politicians vote for themselves.  We encourage this at the Pirate Dive Bar because Instead of spending millions on campaigns that only benefit themselves, money would go to help the community as it does at the Pirate Dive bar when somebody votes for themselves!  So vote for yourself all you want to win any contest!
If the LA Dodgers scoundrel decides to post again, this time he could vote for himself and he secures his post by giving it 50 up votes.  If you and the good people in the room give it 61 downvotes, that post disappears, as it should.
Besides playing moderation games, the moderation score is also used to separate broadcast standards from lawful free speech.  Broadcast standards are anything you can say in a court room, at your business, school or church and also contain no copyright infringements, tobacco, alcohol, profanity, legal conflicts and represent the high standards we seek for the broadcast of the TV series called "Special Heroes."
The green SAILOR rating designates the post is attempting to show that it complies with Broadcast standards. 
If somebody doesn't think your post meets broadcast standards,  because of salty language or mentioning the LA Dodgers, they should down vote it so that it becomes an orange LANDLUBBER rating or even disappears.
If in doubt, vote it out and send the score past -10.  No harm is done, the poster can create another post and put that up.
If you know your post is truly offensive when you create it, at least have the courtesy to give it a score of -5 or below when you post it.  A score that low gives people a heads up to avoid it.  If you choose to read a post with a -5 moderation score and you are offended, why did you choose a post with a score that low?  Never mind Karen, just down vote it some more and get rid of it.
Contests are where you can really have fun with the moderation score.  Lets say you are having an ugliest dog contest.  The winner is the highest moderation score.  Your boss submits a picture of their bulldog, you submit a picture of your boss.  Who will win?  The moderation score can operate the same as a silent auction that some nonprofits have.
You might have a really great prize such as a ride in your corvette stingray for your silent auction.  At a time that you choose, you pick the winner by the most votes.  Who knows, you might even rig the contest by down voting or upvoting the winner.  Yes, we encourage rigging any and all contests.  Jealous wives need to have their say about who is going to be picked to ride in your show car and want to rig that contest.  The ugliest dog could win and ride in the show car if the wife has her say.
BTW, you can see all the votes, who is voting and if they left comments for why they voted.  No secret ballots here.  The only way you can steal a vote is if it is not on the public record.  Why do you think that politicians always vote on the record and never by secret ballot like they force on us?  In all the years the USA has had politicians voting, thousands and thousands of times, not a single vote has ever been incorrect by even one vote!  (when they vote amongst themselves as they know how corrupt politicians are) You can only steal votes if nobody knows who they belong to and they are off the record.  Voting like that is even too despicable for pirates.

This is true community moderation as anyone can remove or vote on a post.

Please downvote and kick out all posts that want to sell you something using  your credit card instead of having loonies involved. These are 100% bogus posts! Please down vote them low enough so they disappear.  

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Hello Hive!
I am the CEO of the Atlanta Volunteers. My wife has just moved here from Georgia to work as a recreational therapist. Since Kentucky is my new home I would like to share an Atlanta Volunteers innovation grown around my son who was born with the special abilities of Down syndrome.
This is an online thrift store that has inspired a pirate themed comedy TV series. In each episode the community helps turn a Hero born with special abilities become a Super Hero!

The online store creates a coupon each time you donate something or volunteer. “Loonies” are reward points traded for coupons. If you donate a bicycle the coupon might be for 40 loonies. You get 40 loonies when somebody picks up the bicycle and they show you the purchased coupon. As a fund raiser you decide to have a car wash. You set a price of 20 loonies for a car wash. Somebody shows you they purchased your coupon and you wash their car.

You show phone coupons to pick up donations, get volunteer labor or interact with fun raising skits. You can also get discounts, specials and upgrades at businesses. Some very special donations include rides in show cars, tickets to games, concerts, meetings with celebrities, sailing, scuba, outdoor adventure or unusual surprises.

“Get Loony” by donating items, volunteering or making a PayPal donation to any nonprofit we list. The nonprofit gets 100% of your donation. The Atlanta Volunteers gives you 4 loonies for every dollar you donate.

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There is no cost for anyone or any organization to participate. Reward points called “Loonies” (short for Dubloons) are traded for donations and volunteer labor in the online thrift store. You can “Get Loony” by donating a bicycle, washing cars or making a PayPal donation to the nonprofit of your choice. Loonies are minted when somebody uses a PayPal email address of a listed nonprofit . The donation goes directly to that nonprofit and the donor gets 4 loonies for every dollar they donate. So if somebody donated a bicycle, and you can pick it up at their house if you give them 40 loonies, you have to donate $10 to one of the nonprofits to get the 40 loonies. You then show the purchase coupon on your phone when you go to pick up the bicycle. This works the same when a restuarant or other business creates a coupon. They decide what the coupon is worth, you trade loonies for it then at the business you show the coupon on your phone.

The odd thing about loonies is that their quantity shrinks by 15 to 25% everytime you use them. You can trade the loonies all around as many times as you want, but eventually somebody will have to find a nonprofit they like and donate again to “Get Loony.”

The Atlanta Volunteers software does not charge any fees or hold funds. Only your usual charge from PayPal is taken out. The software simply sees the donation and gives reward points. This is not open to all nonprofits, just those with focused missions that are helping to turn Heroes with special abilities into Super Heroes.

A comical pirate theme is based on actual USA patriotic pirates that battled Britain to help colonists win their independence. Pirates are now helping adults with special abilities win their independence.
This website has 3 distinct pages. Loony, Play & Work. Loony is the online thrift store. Play is fun raising actiities. Work is crowd sourced production of the 30 episode TV series. The TV series is broadcast from our server. This makes the interactive commercials for the online thrift store operational. piratedivebar.com is where you find this.
Since there are no costs or contracts involved, I would like to suggest preliminary approval as once 30 Heroes are found everyone else is on a waiting list. The Buddy House quickly registered 2 episodes while formal approval is underway. I met with their board yesterday after waiting for over a month and when they meet next time they may vote on it. As you know formal board approval can take months!
I have just barely began scouting for 30 Heroes and I have a number of candidates. I will be making first contact with Georgia nonprofits next week.

A few days ago Kennesaw State University in Georgia says they would like to be involved and this may fill a number of open spots. I would like to make this a multi-state TV series and WCU in Franklin North Carolina is our next invite. I would like to get good representation in Bowling Green as this is my new home.

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View then click on these examples of "donation coupons" that you show on your phone to trade reward points (called "loonies") for discounts, goods, services, labor, adventure, admission to events and even meeting celebrities.


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Location: [13598] [13599][14537]
Offer expires on this date [13937]
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